Caitlyn Jenner keeps in touch with I'm A Celebrity crew over FaceTime

Caitlyn Jenner catches up with her I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! co-stars over FaceTime rather than keeping up with them in a group chat.

Despite snubbing the cast of 2019’s WhatsApp group, Nadine Coyle has revealed that the former Olympian stays in touch with the crew by way of video calls. Because, of course.

The Girls Aloud singer revealed all the tea to Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer on Sunday Brunch after she was asked whether she was still friends with Caitlyn.

‘We are,’ Nadine replied. ‘I love Caitlyn. We have a WhatsApp but Caitlyn decided not to not join the WhatsApp group. So Caitlyn’s a more of a FaceTimer. Occasionally, you’ll see Caitlyn Jenner FaceTiming.

‘She’s more of a FaceTimer than a WhatsApp group chatter.’

Last month, Caitlyn’s fellow I’m A Celebrity campmate Myles Stephenson revealed how the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star ‘welled up’ over feeling rejected by the trans community during the show.

Speaking to during the National Television Awards, he revealed Caitlyn was almost in tears as she opened up about her battle to be welcomed into the trans community.

‘What she’s done for the LGBTQ community is phenomenal. She talked a lot about her struggles in there,’ the former Rak-Su singer told us.

‘She’s donated millions and millions of pounds to the trans community – there’s a lot of charities and foundations she’s donated a lot of her hard-earned money to. There have been times when she hasn’t been accepted because she’s been told she doesn’t represent the community well enough. For me, I find that heartbreaking because I’m hearing it first-hand.’

‘That was the hardest thing for me,’ Myles continued. ‘Hearing what Caitlyn went through because she was talking about her experiences and what she’s brought to the community, it’s something that is really personal to her. She’s gone through her troubles and she’s had s**t times so for her to not be accepted so to speak into foundations she’s been donating money too, it’s heartbreaking.

‘I could see her welling up in her eyes, I could see it when she donated £3.5million to a specific charity and they said, “you can’t come to the awards show because you don’t represent us” which is horrible because she’s doing so much for the trans community at the moment.’

Sunday Brunch airs Sundays from 9.30am on Channel 4.

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